Set to start at GW, graduate student grounded in Iran after immigration ban
It was around noon Jan. 28, 12 hours before an Iranian financial worker was set to travel to the U.S. to begin graduate school at GW.
Reports of dating violence increase in 2015
Officials said a spike in the number of instances of dating violence reported last year was caused by an increased awareness of sexual violence.
Potential tenants tour F Street affordable housing units
Potential tenants are touring units in three F Street townhouses the University has been renovating since last year.
Obama official wraps up week-long anti-sexual assault campaign
Assistant to President Barack Obama and Chief of Staff to First Lady Michelle Obama Tina Tchen spoke in Funger Hall on Friday about GW’s next steps to advancing a conversation about sexual assault on campus.
Neighbors request design changes to historic Stevens School
Neighbors want to change designs for construction to the historic Thaddeus Stevens school on 21st Street.
New smoking regulations unlikely to affect campus enforcement
New proposed regulations on smoking will shrink the number of people allowed to smoke in the city, but experts say the new laws are unlikely to affect GW’s smoking policies.